In a recent survey by the Federal Agency Of Forestry, an ancient burial site was discovered in the depths of East Siberian Taiga. Due to Climate change, the permafrost had melted away exposing a large Tomb complex. What was baffling was the Sanskrit text found in the tombs and the stone structures with intricate carvings of Indian gods. Continue reading The Taiga Episode – Prologue
The evening sun sparkles into the last row of the Coimbatore bus. A bus full of calm faces. Maybe it’s the emotional love music piping on the stereo. A khaki uniformed conductor stands vigilant and yet lost in a dream world of his own. Ever so gently waking up from his day dreaming to whistle and nudge the bus into tiny bus stops. The young … Continue reading Last stop
She is really dead!
I love her. If only we fought less if only I was nicer to her If only I listened to her. I am going to say sorry for everything once all this is done. Yes, sir!
Wait!! she is dead!! Continue reading And they think I killed her!!
Today will be the 25th night I sneak into your room. All our friends generally leave by 9 and I too am making my customary goodbyes. We all smiled and chatted for a little while longer, all the while I am getting impatient. My head is screaming in silence “Please go to your lives, people”. They don’t know our little secret. Every night after hours … Continue reading Get out!
A warm humid evening in Paris with you. A light breeze moves the silhouette of your dress. That beautiful green dress that you bought today morning from some tiny unspeakable boutique store snuggled in some back alley of Paris. How you wore the dress and twirled around to show me how beautiful it looks. How you smiled and how your eyes twinkled with love. Music … Continue reading That Green Dress
The cold winter pushes on ahead, two hands holding each other, steam rises from the union. Gleaming tears roll down her meek cheeks. The cold air rushes in, blowing wildly, hitting her face. As suddenly as the wind had started to blow, it dies down; wisps of peppery steam escaped her lips. She sighed deeply, almost in vain, as though there was no meaning for … Continue reading Soul Mates